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Peace in Korea?

Is removing Nuclear Weapons from NK

  • Greatest Trump Achievement in Foreign Policy

    Votes: 4 57.1%
  • Great news for a safer world

    Votes: 5 71.4%
  • End of the proliferation of Nuclear Weapons to rogue states

    Votes: 3 42.9%
  • The road to a Chinese US understanding

    Votes: 4 57.1%
  • Showed President Trump skills as a negotiator : the art of the deal

    Votes: 3 42.9%
  • Best Security deal for the US since the fall of the Soviet Union

    Votes: 2 28.6%
  • Nothing Special

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Obama Policy was better

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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  • Muki

    Muki

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    Incredible, Kim Jong Un is delivering on all fronts
    Wonder what he's getting in return?
    He's getting to stay in power, unhassled. At least for now.

    What I don't understand is why he waited until now to make concessions. What changed? Everything offered by Spanky so far has always been on the table (lifting sanctions, decreasing US forces in KR).

    After collapse of USSR, America's war with communism was, for all intents and purposes, over.
    There was no more fear of spread of communism, no more containment strategy.
    A non-nuclear NK wouldn't even warrant an afterthought from the Americans. It was Kim's insistence on having a nuclear program that drove them to pay close attention to him. Sanctions and military mobilization are the US response to nuclear proliferation in NK.
     
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    dripstraws

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    That's a very good news to hear about Korea. Peace is very important and the war ended well.
     
    gramsci

    gramsci

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    He's getting to stay in power, unhassled. At least for now.

    What I don't understand is why he waited until now to make concessions. What changed? Everything offered by Spanky so far has always been on the table (lifting sanctions, decreasing US forces in KR).

    After collapse of USSR, America's war with communism was, for all intents and purposes, over.
    There was no more fear of spread of communism, no more containment strategy.
    A non-nuclear NK wouldn't even warrant an afterthought from the Americans. It was Kim's insistence on having a nuclear program that drove them to pay close attention to him. Sanctions and military mobilization are the US response to nuclear proliferation in NK.
    nah its not like that dude..
    yes i agree that the issue is not about communism ...
    but its about the futue of the korean peninsula ... and Kim did what is right ..North korea did not surrender ..
    it wasnt like in east germany , and not like in jugoslavia or any ex socialist country...
    the winner in all that is Kim , and behind him , 2 giants ..CHINA and in lesser issue Russia .
     
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    gramsci

    gramsci

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    He's getting to stay in power, unhassled. At least for now.

    What I don't understand is why he waited until now to make concessions. What changed? Everything offered by Spanky so far has always been on the table (lifting sanctions, decreasing US forces in KR).

    After collapse of USSR, America's war with communism was, for all intents and purposes, over.
    There was no more fear of spread of communism, no more containment strategy.
    A non-nuclear NK wouldn't even warrant an afterthought from the Americans. It was Kim's insistence on having a nuclear program that drove them to pay close attention to him. Sanctions and military mobilization are the US response to nuclear proliferation in NK.
    one more thing ..
    remember .. with the fall of USSR the communism did not loose.. and capitalism did not win...on the long term talk
     
    gramsci

    gramsci

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    after Iraq ,Serbia , Lybia , Syria experience it was logical that NK push toward nuclearisation as act of self defence ..



    “It has been the DPRK’s consistent and clear stand to achieve denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula,” Kim said, using the acronym for North Korea’s official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, according to paraphrased remarks reported by Xinhua.

    “As long as relevant parties abolish their hostile policies and remove security threats against the DPRK, there is no need for the DPRK to be a nuclear state and denuclearisation can be realised.”

    It was not immediately clear what security threats Kim was referring to, but experts have said North Korea may push for the removal of some or all of the 28,000 US soldiers currently stationed in South Korea. The meeting comes as Kim prepares to meet Trump, who has said the date and location of the summit is fixed but has yet to make details public.
     
    Resign

    Resign

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    Such a hypocrite
    Painting himself as a beacon for world peace lol

    I wonder how for would the Koreans go trusting this imbecile espcially after he walked away from an international nuclear agreement hours ago
     
    gramsci

    gramsci

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    n its most direct language aimed at Washington following a recent rapprochement between the two countries, Choe Son Hui, the North’s vice minister of foreign affairs, said if the June 12 talks were called off, the U.S. could instead face off with North Korea in a “nuclear-to-nuclear showdown.”

    Choe’s statement, issued through official state media, called out Vice President Mike Pence, who she referred to as “a political dummy.” Choe’s release followed strongly-worded statements last week from other senior North Korean officials aimed at U.S. national security adviser John Bolton and at the South Korean government of Moon Jae-in, who has pushed for dialogue with Pyongyang to avoid a nuclear standoff.

    Choe added that, if the U.S. continues to offend the North’s “goodwill,” she would tell leader Kim Jong Un to reconsider the Singapore summit with the U.S. “It is the U.S. who has asked for dialogue, but now it is misleading the public opinion as if we have invited them to sit with us,” Choe said. “We will neither beg the U.S. for dialogue nor take the trouble to persuade them if they do not want to sit together with us.”




    North Korea issues fresh nuclear threats, says it may call off summit with Trump
     
    loubnaniTO

    loubnaniTO

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    President Trump cancels North Korea summit

    here is the letter he sent him. NOW WHO CAN GUESS WHICH SENTENCE TRUMP ADDED TO THIS NICELY/PROFESSIONALLY WRITTEN LETTER?

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